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Kevin Schutz ; Atmel

Counterfeiting of high-tech products is a major concern today. Legitimate companies sustain a direct financial burden from lost sales-plus deteriorated brand equity, which may have taken years to build. Unknowing consumers don't always benefit from purchasing counterfeit goods, because product safety may be jeopardized and presumed warranties voided. Proven cryptographic protocols offer powerful turnkey solutions for various embedded systems to counter these problems.

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IEEE Design & Test of Computers  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 6 )